you have found this website you have certainly browsed through
dozens of ragdoll sites. Nearly every site has the history
of the ragdoll breed. If you have found this site you
probably know about this breed anyway! I will spare a long
make excellent indoor pets. Especially for a small
apartment. They are not a high energy cat like the
Siamese. Ragdolls tend to like living on or near the floor
instead of climbing over everything in the house. Cat
trees excluded however! My ragdolls are content to sleep and
play on the floor only occasionally jumping onto the couch or my
bed to cuddle.
are a large breed of cat. Neutered males can reach 20
pounds. Spayed females can reach 15 pounds. Our Sasha
is 12.5 pounds at a year and a half old. Ragdolls are also a slow
growing breed reaching physical maturity around two years
old. So, Sasha isn't finished growing yet!
ragdolls are pointed cats, meaning their tails, feet, and head are
darker, or has more color than the body. Along with slow
maturation, a ragdolls' coat slowly progresses from the white
youthful body into the darker permanent hair color once they have
stopped growing. Ragdolls do not contain the undercoat most other
cats have. This eliminates the matting of their longer hair
and helps reduce shedding.